He was a good football player and played it all the way through college in Canada.
Greggory Michael "Greg" Bryk (born 1972) is a Canadian film and television actor.
He is best known for playing the role of Mallick in Saw V, Vickor Harris in the 2006 film Living Death, Commando #1 in The Incredible Hulk, Lone Man in Shoot 'Em Up, Keith Rose in Poor Boy's Game, Abel in Weirdsville, Neil in Neil, and Billy in A History of Violence.
The 13-episode series will premiere on Space and Syfy in 2014.
Based on the New York Times best-selling “Women of the Otherworld” novels by Canadian author Kelley Armstrong, Bitten is an emotionally charged thriller starring Laura Vandervoort (“Smallville,” Ted) as Elena Michaels, the world’s only female werewolf, as well as Greg Bryk (A History Of Violence, “Rookie Blue”) as Pack Alpha Jeremy Danvers, Greyston Holt as Clayton Danvers, and Paul Greene as Philip Mc Adams.
His first part on the main cast of a television show was on the 2004 to 2008 Canadian Sci-Fi show Re Genisis as Weston Field.
In 2011 he and his family were featured on the DIY Network's Family Renovation, in which they are shown remodeling their 100 year-old home.As someone who spent much of her childhood in the foster system, Elena (Vandervoort) had always craved a “normal” life and thought she finally found it with her boyfriend Clayton Danvers (Holt).But the secret life he kept from her ended up changing her own life forever.Hiding her werewolf existence from her ad-exec boyfriend Phillip Mc Adams (Greene), Elena is pulled back into her former life when bodies turn up in the backwoods of Stonehaven, the rural mansion that has been home to the Pack for generations.Caught between two worlds and two loves, Elena returns to Stonehaven out of duty, offering her support to Clay’s surrogate father and leader of the Pack Jeremy Danvers (Bryk).Taking numerous minor roles in Canadian television series throughout the early 2000s (often in programs with a sci-fi bent), his career surged in 2005 after he was picked to portray a thuggish robber in legendary fellow countryman David Cronenberg's acclaimed "A History of Violence." Two years later, Bryk landed a spot in the outlandish, aptly titled action film "Shoot 'Em Up," supporting the likes of Clive Owen and Monica Bellucci.